Travel to Ireland

You may also want to take a look at the:

    • Nolan-Miller Family History website
      … besides documenting the results of personal family history research by a Nolan descendant (Lewis “Buzz” Nolan), this website also includes a travelogue component, describing the travels of Buzz and his wife Betty

For information on an area in Ireland where you plan to spend more time I recommend that you do an Internet search for a website for that area. For example, entering search parameters [  “Ballon Village”    website  ] in the search field of your favourite search engine (e.g., you will find the Ballon Village website amongst the top 5 search results.  Such “local” websites offer prospective visitors a rare glimpse into modern-day life in Ireland.

Here are links to a few such “local websites” identified using the technique described above:

Although you can theoretically make all your arrangements for travel and accommodation before leaving for Ireland you will inevitably want to make some arrangements once in Ireland. For the benefit of visitors, Failte Ireland (the Government tourism agency) has a network of tourist offices strewn across the country, including at airports, where travel and accommodation may be arranged.

Roger Nowlan, webmaster (Email)
and Nolan Clan member since 1997

facilitating research into the history and origins of the global Nolan diaspora